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spent time in west virginia at the site of the tragic mining disaster. the impact of what's been happening to this community, well it's been going on for a very long time. marella is still waiting. in fact, l she has been waiting and worrying for decades. >> you're always concerned every time they walk off the door. about an explosion, the danger that exits there. there's so many things that can go wrong. >> reporter: so many dangers. some intense and unpredictable. in others that seem to creep into miner's lives over time. loreila's husband went to work at the mine for 30 years. >> going a couple of miles under ground in a very, very dark hole where it's dark and damp there's nowhere to go. >> add to the case of an explosion. over the past decade, 10,000 miners have died of black lung disease. there's neurological complaints as well. >> my daughter called me this morning. she was very upset. she said one of the hardest things she had to do -- was to send her husband to work today. >> today? >> today. she's terrifterrified. we all are. this could happen again today. we're disposa
. >>> this week, i spent sometime in west virginia at the site of that tragic mining disaster. you know, a lot of people are paying attention now but i can tell you the impact of what's happening to this community is going on for a very long time. she is still waiting. in fact, larella is waiting and worrying for decades. >> you're always concerned. every time they walk out the door about a roof fall, about an explosion. about the danger. you know, that exists there. there's so things that can go wrong. >> reporter: in others that creep into lives over time. lorelei's husband went to the mines for 30 years. >> going a couple of miles underground in a very, very dark hole where it's dark and damp and like i said before, if the mountain starts falling in on you, there is nowhere to go. when the lights go out, you don't know where to go or what to do. >> reporter: she's also talking about something else. slower deaths. black lung. coal dust killing off the lungs and turning them black. over the last decade, 10,000 miners dieded of lung disease. kidney disease affects miners and neurological disor
virginia, to clean up their act. we'll talk about that. but we started with something i was really interested in, taking a trip to the grocery store. just take me through, i want to get in your mind a little bit here. so you're walking in. i want to shop right for my family tonight. tell me what i should do. what should i be thinking about, at least? >> the quickest and easiest lesson to learn is what my granddad taught me when i was 5 years old, everything in moderate and a little bit of what you like. i think once you've taken excessive snacking and fizzy drinks out of the equation and really you're in a place where, you know, you can have two fairly good meals in a day and a half decent breakfast. i mean, the biggest lesson you could generally learn is most -- most problems, i think, can be solved by cooking from scratch. >> so look for real ingredients, raw ingredients. >> absolutely. but, you know, even things like, you know, in england we have the full monty, full breakfast, english muffins, eggs, and there's a way of doing that with less than a blueberry muffin from one of y
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